Jennifer Connelly Birthday (December 12th)

Jennifer Connelly Birthday (December 12th)

Jennifer Lynn Connelly an American movie actress and ex-child model was born on 12th December, 1970 in Catskill Mountains, New York. Jennifer has been occupying in the movie industry since Jennifer was an adolescent and propelled on the base of her looks in movies like Career Opportunities and Labyrinth. Jennifer did not achieve wide publicity for her job until 2000 play Requiem for a Dream, and 2001 biopic A Beautiful Mind, for which Jennifer achieved an Academy Award for the Best Supporting Actress, with BAFTA and Golden Globe Awards.

Biography of Jennifer Connelly

Early life of Jennifer Connelly

Jennifer was the daughter of Gerard Connelly, a clothing producer, and Eileen, an antiques dealer. Jennifer grew up in Brooklyn Heights, close to Brooklyn Bridge, and joined St. Ann's School. For 4 years, the family passed living in Woodstock, New York.

When Jennifer Connelly was 10 years old, her career began in magazine and newspaper ads, and then he turned to TV commercials. And then he gave the show auditions and got the first movie role in “young Deborah Gelly”, a supporting character in Sergio Leone’s 1984 criminal epic, Once Upon a Time in America, filmed generally in 1982 when Jennifer was eleven years old. Next she starred in the Italian horror maker Dario Argento's Phenomena (1985) and also forth-coming film Seven Minutes in Heaven.

Career Graph of Jennifer Connelly

Early career of Jennifer Connelly

Jennifer became popular through a movie the fantasy Labyrinth (1986). And the movie flopped at the box office, but she achieved the following among vision fans. Jennifer starred in various obscure movies, such as Some Girls (1988), and Etoile (1988). The Dennis Hopper-produced The Hot Spot (1990) was not hit, either commercially or critically. Another movie, Career Opportunities, was more victorious and it is considered an adolescent cult classic. She did about seven films in which she emerged nude. Jennifer was attributed on the wrap of the Esquire in August 1991, as a fraction of the "Women We Love" feature. Jennifer emerged along with Jason Priestley in Roy Orbison the music video for the "I Drove All Night" in 1992. Jennifer started studying English at the Yale, and after two years, he transferred to Stanford.

The big Disney movie The Racketeer (1991) in which her career botched to ignite. And after this, Jennifer took a few times off from the acting. And she did the 1996 independent movie Far Harbor. Then she began to emerge in smaller but admired movies, such as 1997's Inventing the Abbotts and 2000's Waking the Dead. Jennifer played a cloistered lesbian in John Singleton’s 1995 group drama, Higher Learning. And the precisely favored the 1998 science fiction movie Dark City afforded her the possibility to occupation with such artists as Kiefer Sutherland, Rufus Sewell, Ian Richardson, and William Hurt. She played the role of Jackson Pollock’s mistress in 2000 biopic Pollock.

Breakthrough ream. She starred along with Marlon Wayans and Jared Leto as drugs addicts on the frame of breakdown. And the movie resolutely established her as a sober actress. She next starred in Ron Howard's movie A Beautiful Mind (2001), and essaying the character of Alicia Nash, the tolerant wife of radiant, schizophrenic mathematician John Forbes Nash, Jr. (played through Russell Crowe).and the movie was a commercial and critical success and achieved Jennifer a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for the Best Supporting Actress. And her appearance in A Beautiful Mind led to the featured article in Time magazine.

Jennifer Connelly

Jennifer starred in 2 movies in 2003: House of Sand and Fog and Hulk. Hulk was flopped in the box office. But Jennifer got the chance to job with famous executive Ang Lee. In the year of 2005, she emerged in horror movie Dark Water. It was founded on the Japanese movie. In 2006, Jennifer emerged in two movies, and both movies were selected for the multiple Academy Awards. Jennifer played a big role in a variation of the narrative Little Children along with Kate Winslet. Jennifer also played the role of journalist in Blood Diamond contrary to Leonardo DiCaprio. Jennifer next emerged in Reservation Road with Joaquin Phoenix, which was discharge in the fall of 2007.

Jennifer will next emerge along with Keanu Reeves in 2008 remake of 1951 sci-fi classic The Day The Earth Stood Still, followed through a small sovereign suspenseful story with her spouse Paul Bettany, and she will have an undersized role contrary to Drew Barrymore in He's Just Not That Into You.

Private life of Jennifer Connelly

Jennifer is a vegetarian. She wedded with an artist Paul Bettany. They met on the set of A Beautiful Mind. They have a son, Stellan. Jennifer has a child, from her link with a photographer David Dougan.

Filmography of Jennifer Connelly

Year Film Role Other notes
1984 Once Upon a Time in America Young Deborah Gelly
Phenomena Jennifer Corvino
1985 Seven Minutes in Heaven Natalie Becker
1986 Labyrinth Sarah Williams
1988 Ballet Claire Hamilton / Natalie Horvath
Some Girls Gabriella d'Arc
1990 The Hot Spot Gloria Harper
1991 Career Opportunities Josie McClellan
The Racketeer Jenny Blake
1992 The Heart of Justice Emma Burgess Tv Movie
1994 Of Love and Shadows Irene
1995 Higher Learning Taryn
1996 Mulholland Falls Allison Pond
Far Harbor Ellie
1997 Inventing the Abbotts Eleanor Abbott
1998 Dark City Emma Murdoch / Anna
2000 Waking the Dead Sarah Williams
Requiem for a Dream Marion Silver
Pollock Ruth Kligman
2001 A Beautiful Mind Alicia Nash Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress;
BAFTA Award; Golden Globe
2003 Hulk Betty Ross
House of Sand and Fog Kathy Nicolo
2005 Dark Water Dahlia Williams
2006 Little Children Kathy Adamson
Blood Diamond Maddy Bowen
2007 Reservation Road Grace Learner
2008 The Day the Earth Stood Still Helen Benson awaiting release
2009 He's Just Not That Into You Janine awaiting release
9 7 (voice only) post-production
Creation Emma Darwin filming